Nokia Axes BlackBerry Connections
Starting with its upcoming E71 and E66 smartphones, Nokia said it wants to offer the option of connecting to other e-mail services.
Google Wants You To Be Your Own ISP
Vint Cerf slams the telecoms, which aren't happy that bits have been commoditized and would like to shape industry regulations to help them to get back in the services game.
"Smaller - Cooler - Faster" Meets "Carry Small, Live Large"
bMighty.com doesn't usually cover new chips and stuff, mostly because that kind of technology doesn't have an immediate impact on small and midsize companies. But when I heard not one but TWO awesome new marketing phrases in a single press briefing, I was hooked. And besides, Intel promises its new smart System on Chip (SoC) designs will accelerate some important trends that could benefit bMighty readers.
GAO Bashes Fed's Sloppy E-mail Management
The agency has criticized the digital-records and cyber-security policies at five government agencies including the National Archives and Record Administration and the Dept. of Homeland Security.
Microsoft Opens Live Mesh To More Users
Live Mesh currently is a synchronization and remote access tool for Windows customers with Live IDs, but Microsoft says it will evolve to become much more than that.
Microsoft To Take Control Of MSN Israel
Internet Gold said it was ceding control of MSN Israel to Microsoft due to a change in business strategy; MSN Israel accounted for less than 3% of Internet Gold's revenues in 2007.
Mobile E-Mail For Cost-Conscious Enterprises
No high-end smartphone? No problem. Standard consumer-grade mobile phones from Nokia, Motorola, LG, Samsung, and other vendors are capable of syncing with Exchange servers, empowering mobile e-mail for nearly anyone who needs it.